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Colleen Phelps

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Colleen Phelps is the host of Live in Studio C on 91Classical and the and Keeping Score podcast. The percussionist and singer was a founding member of award-winning chamber music ensemble Sound Riot and has recorded an album of new music for marimba, dedicated to recently born zoo animals. She is also a faculty member at Nashville State Community College.

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The sun was shining and the sky was blue as fifth- and sixth-graders from Scales Elementary who make up Steel de Boro performed in our first-ever out-of-studio production of Live In Studio C.

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A selection of events from the Arts Calendar that caught our eye this week.

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Chatterbird's most recent concert repertoire was, overall, an experiment in sound. Students from the Blair School of Music were able to work with the ensemble for premieres, and members of the group were able to push their instruments past the limits of the standard orchestration book.

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A selection of events from the Arts Calendar that caught our eye this week.

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Nashville Opera returned to Live in Studio C with a preview of their upcoming production of Mark Blitzstein's subversive opera The Cradle Will Rock

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Duo Black Violin returns to Nashville this week. Violinist Kev Marcus answered a few questions about the group's evolution.

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This Classically Speaking mixtape walks across the fine line between classical music and American folk music. 

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A selection of events from the Arts Calendar that caught our eye this week.

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Representing contemporary classical collective Intersection, soprano Rebekah Alexander brought some of the most experimental vocal pieces of the 20th and 21st centuries. Each of the pieces explored the limits of the voice's capability as an instrument, rather than as a vehicle for text.

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Whether you're preparing for the upcoming Rock n' Roll Nashville Marathon or you're putting in a few miles while enjoying the weather, this playlist will help keep you moving on even the longest, most tiring training run.

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